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- Iowa high school football championships Xavier routedin 4A title game Associated Press CEDAR FALLS -- Ryan Boyle scored four touchdowns and threw for two TDs as West Des Moines Dowling Catholic overpowered Cedar Rapids Xavier 44-13 on Friday night to win the Iowa Class 4A football state championship. Boyle and the Mar
Three Rivers pair named all-state
Fulton's Austin Regenwether and Erie/Prophetstown's Nick Williams have been named to the Illinois Football Coaches Association all-state teams, an honor bestowed on just 18 players in each of the eight enrollment classifications.
- Queens are young, but experienced CLINTON -- When he scans his roster, Clinton High girls basketball coach Mike Halac sees lots of freshmen and sophomores. But that doesn't concern him as much as it might some coaches in the same situation. "We're still young, but we're young with ex
Girls basketball: Cardinals move to 3-1
Erie used a balanced attack to beat Rockridge 36-29 on Friday for its third consecutive win in high school girls basketball.
Football: Indian, Rebels honored
GOOSE LAKE -- Three players from Northeast High School and Chod Gilbert from Camanche earned first-team all-district football honors in Class 2A District 4. Senior Tevin Stoecker, junior Nick Wall and sophomore Will Hasken received the designation fo
Girls basketball: Prophets off to 2-0 start
OREGON, Ill. -- Heather Strike hit a pair of 3-point baskets in the third quarter and she and her Prophetstown teammates clamped down on defense in the second half to record a 46-36, come-from-behind victory against Rockford Christian on Thursday. De
Girls basketball: Fillies improve record to 2-0
GALVA, Ill. -- Lakin Goodman poured in a game-high 15 points and Morrison used a strong second quarter to defeat host Galva 40-26 in girls basketball Wednesday night at the Galva Tournament. The teams were tied at 6 after one quarter, but the Fillies
Girls basketball: Thunder win opener
SAVANNA, Ill. -- West Carroll kicked off the girls basketball season with a 54-37 victory against visiting Polo on Monday. Abby Maike led the Thunder with 19 points, including nine in the fourth quarter when they pulled away. Hayley Guilinger added 1
VIDEO: Local standouts sign with D-I Schools
Clinton High athletes Monique Harris and Jalen Jones both committed to NCAA Division-I programs, Thursday. Harris will play volleyball Iowa State University; Jones will play basketball at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. See the videos, read the story in tomorrow's Clinton Herald.
- Future Bright for Fulton By Jon Gremmels Herald Sports Editor Future Bright for Fulton
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